Highly enjoyable. Financial Times This book ... is a vivid record of a house at the centre of an artistic movement Independent Penrose's book is a delight - informative, well structured and concise. Argus Now available in paperback form although not a paperback as we know it. It's a big, handsome volume, beautifully made and over-flowing with especially commissioned photographs by Alen MacWeeney, alongside iconic photographs from the Lee Miller archive. ETC Magazine
About the Author
Antony Penrose, the son of American photographer Lee Miller and British artist Roland Penrose, maintains Farley Farm in Sussex as it was in his parents' day as well as running the Lee Miller Archive. He lives near Lewes, East Sussex. Alen MacWeeney was born and raised in Ireland. For 30 years he lived and worked in New York. His images have appeared in many international publications and are included in the permanent collections of numerous museums.